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of weapons turning up at crime scenes in the united states and mexico. today's report found in evidence that holder was told about the way the investigation was handled. the 471 page report said that 14 employees for the atf and the justice department could face discipline. >> san francisco police warning about scam artists preying on hispanic women. who incidents involved scammers claiming to have bought winning lottery tickets. they say they need money to cash in the tick and the they can't do it because they aren't united states citizens. they have stolen almost $12,000 from two victims. >> work is now underway to reopen several fire stations that were shut because of budget cuts. it's not just money that is keeping one station from reopening right away. >> reporter: the lights off, nobody is home at the fire station 95. you could say that the place is a hole in the wall and the ceiling. >> wow. okay. it did -- it caved in. >> reporter: this is where the chief started his career, firefighters haven't been able to use the building since the storm in 2008 caused major water damage a
the internet. punish those responsible is the message. its clear that the united states embassy shouldn't welcome pakistan until they remove this film. >> reporter: protests have broken out in more than 20 countries since last does when the ambassador from libya was killed. the suddenness of the attacks and protests leaves the question open, was it preplanned? ambassador susan rice said there is no evidence to show that. >> the governments have increasingly and effectively responded and protected our facilities and condemned the violence and this outrageous response to what is an offensive video. >> reporter: but the michigan congressman said it's to early to tell. >> seemed to be a military style, coordinated, they had indirect fire, coordinated with direct fire. rocket attacks. >> reporter: the libya president said 50 people were arrested in connection with the attacks saying he suspects preplanning. >> its clear that the assault was well trained well prepared have planned this. rum. >> reporter: there is no telling how long the protests will last. > the pope prayed for peace and
managers ahead of wednesday-thursday schedule in both europe and the united states. given the run-up we've seen in stocks, let's say from 1408 to 1440, just in the last week or so, i think money managers are paring a little bit of risk back, because you do have random events taking place on wednesday and thursday. and given these outside-day lower formations in those stocks, look for some of those higher beta stocks like apple and intel to perhaps consolidate and trade off a little bit more than otherwise as the technicals have deteriorated at least in the short term. > > thanks to you. that's john brady of rj o'brien. > > thank you. wall street is taking on a different look 11 years after the 9/11 attacks. shortly following the terrorist attacks, some trading firms moved operations away from new york, heading to places such as chicago and new jersey. today, some firms are migrating away from wall street as the financial crisis of 2008 continues to take a toll. "it's a pretty tough situation right now, you have banks that have gone through a crisis. typically through a downturn they c
nation and they are not subject to the jurisdiction of other spaces in the united states. so they have their own rules, own nation. the federal government can't just jump in when they want to. that's what's impeding the investigation of larry stackhouse, jr. >> and this particular case, if they do not have the resources available, then they can request the assistance of the fbi or of the justice department to go on to the reservation to do the search. but let us not be confused also that people that are involved are part -- are part of the problem which is law enforcement. and in this particular case, what mr. stackhouse's son. >> you say there's corruption inside the police force. what is going on? >> it was a police officer's son who was accompanying mr. stackhouse's son at that basketball game. >> how does that make you feel? >> it breaks our heart. it took us two weeks just to report him missing. they did not want to hear about my son's case. they felt that, you know -- one of the friends stayed over at a girlfriend's house. didn't want to get involved in the case. i pleaded with t
are the president of the united states every minute of the day. you talk to the leader in turkey and a hugely important leader in that region of the world and pick up the phone and talk to the president of egypt and tell them, they have to have a strong reaction to the violence in our embassy and they have to protect our consulate and embassies and people that work in them it is it not just one meeting on a particular day of new york. the president is actively involved and engaged in the most dangerous day of the world every day of the week. >> chris: mitt romney released tax returns and this is what hoe showed. 14.wobpercent in 2011. and summary and no returns, he paid an average of 22 percent and never less than 13.7 percent. this is the single dumbest question i ever have asked. does that end the issue for the obama campaign? >> he gave the accountant years and the american poem, two. what is he hiding? why does he has corporations in bermuda and investment in the kaymens and someone investing in the chinese state oil company and banks in china? american people deserve to know more about m
. >>> the united states military says it is sending an elite unit of marine special forces and drones to libya to help bring those responsible for killing those americans to justice. the u.s. has already deployed an fbi investigation team that is trying to track al-qaeda sympathizers who are thought to have turned the benghazi demonstration into a violent one. intelligence officials are also reviewing telephone records and computer traffic. libyan law enforcement agencies say some arrests have already been made. >>> this morning, we are also getting a look at the ruins of the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya, where ambassador chris stevens and the three other americans were killed. coming up at 7:15, how a note found in the debris is shedding light on stevens' mission in libya. >>> in overnight news, san francisco police are investigating a homicide. it happened in the bayview district early this morning. police say they responded to a report of shooting just after 1:30 at osceola lane and lasalle avenue. police haven't released details on the victim or suspects. >>> highway 1 in san mateo co
in afghanistan the united states handed control of the main american run prison to afghanistan authorities. the prison holds 3,000. the two sides still haven't eached agreement on hundreds of terror suspects being held there. the united states fears afghanistan will release them. ? in cuba the government blamed the failure of a main transmission line for a blackout that cut power to half the island. why it failed hasn't been explained. cubans are used to occasional outages but this happened near sweltering heat. >>> in britain thousands cheered the athletes at a huge parade. it was a part which that celebrated the 700 as well as london's success. there have been predictions both teams would be disorganized and be flops. in the end they were anything but. >> a restaurant that just opened in brentwood can count on having regulars. dozens of people camped out on lone tree way hours before buffalo wild wings opened today. the reason, the first 100 people in line got free wings for a year. the bar and grill has four other locations in dublin, sanious, fairfield and vacaville. >> the landmark
and celebrating their lives. >> we cannot forget. >> reporter: this ceremony recognized members 69 united states armed forces, many of whom say they were inspired to join by the events of september 11th. >> i would ask that we have a moment of silence to the victims, family and friends of the attack. >> reporter: in san jose the fire chief delivered a memorial message over the dispatch radio. he asked people to take part in a moment of silence at the time the first tower fell in new york. a memorial bell was rung to show the last alarm for the 343 new york firefighter who died on september 1st. >> the bay area has its own memorial to the heroes of flight 93 and today it was the site of a special remembrance. family and friends gathered and put flowers on the monument to their loved ones. the stones have all the names of those who died in pennsylvania. each of the 40 was also read out loud. family said 11 years later emotions are still high. >> it's just a reminder of that horrible day. i think again. you know it brings more emotion that you haven't had. >> anniversary the emotions are very r
in the united states but several new reports suggest there is more work to be done. we will hear more on that coming up to our live washington d.c. bureau. >>> also paying tribute to the victims of the 9/11 attacks. this is new video from new zealand. first responders said prayers for those who paid the ultimate price. it is the year that new zealand's service and the american club of christ's church marked 9/11. >>> overnight, the chp is investigating a fatal motorcycle crash one that shut down east bay oakland for a while. witnesses are ared seeing the wreckage in the left lane of 580 right near the on ramp. they actually used their cars blocking off the crash scene until the police arrived. the man in his 060s died of his injuries and the cause of that crash continues. >>> they are looking to release radioactive contamination. u.s. navy contractors may have mishandled contaminated material. the navy is now preparing to transfer the former station over to san francisco for a new housing development at a cost of $105 million but everything depends on whether deadlines are met includi
the united states where he has a complaint with the world trade organization over china's trade practices. he alleges china is abusing trade laws by imposing more than $3 billion in duties on u.s. auto exports. and the elementary school in menlo park will be back in class after that fire destroyed one of the classrooms and some other trailers. volunteers spent this weekend taking out debris and cleaning out supplies. investigators believe that fire was started by a damaged electrical cord. >>> a vigil was held to mark six months since sierra lamar disappeared. family friends and volunteers released pal loans with mess a dark balloons with messages for sierra lemar and her mother says facebook helped the family cope during this difficult time. >> i appreciate hearing from everybody and it has really helped to console us as a family. >> sierra lemar disappeared on march 16th while walking to school and people continue to search for her every saturday. the man accused of murdering her will return to court next week. antolin garcia-torres will enter a plea, police believe she was murdered. antoli
. the interim president of libya has apologized to the united states for the attack that killed the american ambassador and a bay area native chris stevens. this is his picture. stevens is one of four americans killed in a rocket attack at the u.s. embassy in benghazi. alison burns is live in our washington, d.c. bureau now to tell us what happened and what sparked the violence. >> reporter: at this hour it's unclear who is responsible for the attack that killed ambassador chris stevens. stevens and three other americans were killed on a rocket strike on the american consulate. their deaths came as protestors allegedly angry about an online film that is offensive to islam attacked u.s. compounds in libya and egypt. pictures from the scene are airing on cnn. a former pentagon spokesperson is suggesting the attacks might have been coordinated and linked to the 9/11 anniversary. the jib january government is condemning the attacks. stanes -- president obama is calling him a courageous representative of the united states. secretary of state hillary clinton say there is is profound sadness over h
. >>> it was 11 years ago today, when the united states came under attack. it was the anniversary of 9/11. >>> we will take you to a memorial, a candle light vigil to remember the victims of september 11th. >>> and police are making their presence felt near schools later today. the calls that came in for a girl that prompted these patrols, we will have more on that. >>> well, good morning to you. welcome to a new day, it is tuesday september 11th, i am dave clark. >> let's check in with steve paulson for a look at the weather. >> fox is increasing there is a little low so it does look slightly cooler, 60s and 70s and down 2 to 4 degrees, and here is sal. >>> good morning, it is getting more crowded for sure in contra costa, you can see traffic is busy approaching lafayette. also on interstate 880 in oakland, that traffic is moving well. let's go back to dave and pam. >>> developing news, we first told you about it at 4:30, lorraine blanco is there where -- lorraine blanco is there where two people had to jump to safety, pam? >>> one earn was transported and firefighters are still
in the middle east, middle east, the potential for budget problems in the united states that leads to another recession and the problems in europe. >> reporter: whatever it is, you are paying for it. consumer editor tom vacar ktvu channel 2 news. >>> after weeks of anticipation shell announced it is scaling back its plan to trial off the alaskan coast -- to drill off the alaskan coast. it comes in the wake of several mishaps, including work delays and the failure of one of the well's oil containment system. >>> on wall street today it was down across the board. the dow is down 40 to 13,553. the nasdaq is down 5 at 3,178. the s&p is down 4 t 1,461. >>> coming up here, a samsung ad that takes a bite out of apple and more excitement over the iphone 5, how the cell phone is already setting records. >>> happening now, back out live that occupy protest going on in san francisco. demonstrators are marking the one year anniversary of the occupy wall street movement. protesters have been marching and demonstrating in san francisco's financial district for the past few hours. what you are hooking at is
price for a gallon of gas in the united states is $3.79. that is up 30 cents from this time last year. meanwhile crude prices have fallen more than 9% in reason weeks and analysts say they do not expect much of a drop in gas prices. >>> they are opting for by outs from the company. they will receive that amount during retirement age and it will go through financial reorganization. >>> this is wild, flight attendants forced a pilot to turn around and land the plane and we will have more on what they were fighting about. >>> we will have more on earthquakes and the affects they have across the globe. . >>> welcome back, we have a live look at the nasdaq, nasdaq and s&p 500 is gaining and part of the reason stocks are up around the world, china's central bank will ease monetary policy next week. >>> the big earthquake in the indian ocean affected people all over the world more than we first thought. it affected us and triggered other quakes around the world. in north america there were four strong quakes right after the one in indonesia. after shocks can be triggered anyplace on earth. >
for president of the united states. >> reporter: raising the question of whether the country is better off now than it was when president obama was elected. >> without a change in leadership, why would the next four years be any different from the last four years? >> reporter: the vice president's response? >> what they espouse is a social policy right out of the 60s, a foreign policy with echoes of the cold war, and an nick policy that brought the great recession. >> reporter: now the president will continue his campaign swing, in ohio today, and also touring the devastation left behind by hurricane isaac in new orleans. live in charlotte, i'm sandra endo. tori back to you. >>> 7:17, hundreds of occupy protesters rallied in the streets of charlotte, north carolina ahead of the democratic national convention. >> show me what catastrophe looks like. >> protesters wanted to call attention to corporations' influence on politics. some held signs about union and veterans' rights and called for immigration reform. >> hold the democratic -- the democratic party accountable. the democrats do a lot o
is the number 1 foe of the united states. putin said he will work with whoever is elected but his effort will be as efficient as his partners want it to be. >> speaking of mitt romney. secret service reports are investigating the report that romney's tax records were stolen. >> they are the records that he refused to release despite the pressure. >> a letter was sent to the accounting firm demanding $1 million to keep the records secret. the letter reportedly said they were stolen late last month during a watergate style break in. >> they are investigating a robbery that looks like something out of a hollywood movie. they kidnapped a bank manager from her area home and strapped what appears to and bomb to her chest and then drove her to the bank. made her remove all the money from the vault and instructed her to toss the money outside to them. >> there were other employees inside and she explained to them what was happening. and showed them the device that was strapped to her body. a robot blue up the device. it did not appear to be a bomb. the suspects got away with the money and avoide
in washington d.c., members of the united states congress are gathering on the steps of the u.s. capitol. there they are right there observing the 9/11 anniversary. they're out there and there you see house speaker john boehner right there, i believe that's him getting ready to sink god bless america. as they did, 11 years ago today. you can see the various members, leaders there, you can see the various member there and you see-- >> members of the house and senate, police, staff and members of the community, thank you for joining us today to mark the 11th anniversary of the events of september 11, 2001. at this time i invite everyone to participate in the singing of our national anthem which will be lead by army metro sargent antoniaxe guliani. >> oh, say can you see, by the dawns early light, what so proudly we hailed, at the twilights last gleaming, whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the perilous fights, or the ramparts we watched, were so galantly streaming, and the rockets red glare, the bombs bursting in air, gave proof through the night, that our flag was still there, o
threats from the united states. >>> back here at home, a new mosque will be built in santa clara county. county approval has been given to build the cordova center. the approval process has been controversial. look at this. although many support it, others say the plan to build a cemetery at that site could contaminate ground water. county supervisors say the center has passed every requirement. >>> beginning march 1st, rvs will be banned from parking overnight in parts of san francisco. yesterday, the board of supervisors passed the ban on the vehicles, saying it was to help people get out of rvs and into temporary housing. but homeless advocates say this could force more people onto the streets. a complete list approved will be banned by the tsa and will likely include parts of the sunset and bayview district. >>> tesla's score says he's working on a -- tesla's ceo says he's working on a rail, a people-moving tube that he calls a hyperloop. he says it would cost $6 billion and tickets bo -- tickets would be cheaper than airfare. >>> time now, 7:05. sal is gonna take us to a ride at th
hug on the president of the united states. >> it's so different the protocol here verses say in england when you meet the queen. just hoist him up. >>> 6:08 is the time. let's check in with sal for a look at traffic. >> you are not supposed to touch the queen are you? >> no. >> good morning, everybody. let's take a look at what we have now. as a matter of fact, we getting a little more crowded on 80 westbound coming out to the mccarthur maze. certainly more people on the road coming in through vallejo into richmond here and borkly. eventually to the bay bridge toll plaza and at the toll plaza we already have a crowd. so it is backed up. well 6:15 is when the metering lights go on. we already have a crowd before that. the morning commute is looking pretty good on the south bay but we are getting more people there. northbound 101 this word of a small crash on a shoulder. 85 and 280 look pretty good. let's go to steve. >>> thank you. a very happy monday morning. we have a little bit of a cool down. i will tell you the quiet week though hard pressed to find much. even it through
jose this morning. they are looking to get help with applying for temporary legal status in the united states. under new rules by the obama administration. ktvu channel 2 reporter janine de la vega is live with more on what this change means and how people can apply. >>> pam, we are here at san jose university a college that many undocumented youth would love to attend. now in just an hour and a half they will be able to get help by filling out applications to obtain temporary legal status in the u.s.. several hundred people are expected to come to catholic charities in san jose for a workshop on obama's deferred action program. it stops the deportation of many undocumented immigrants that were brought here as children. college students i spoke with this morning have strong opinions why the plan is needed. >> people who have grown up here it wasn't make any sense. their lives are here. they are making progress toward something. i think it's a great program. >> reporter: to qualify for the program, immigrants must prove they came to the u.s. before they were 16 years old or are 30 and y
marines have been deployed as well. there is a report from british newspaper claiming the united states has early warnings about the attacks in libya. coming up at 6:15 you will get the reaction from the obama administration to that report when we get a live report from our washington, d.c. bureau. >>> time is 6:04. it's going to take several hours before the power is back on to at least a dozen homes in hayward. power is out. went out about 1:00 this morning. a driver crashed into a power pole on campus drive. now the pole and its wires there they are down on the road. witnesses say the female driver hit it and kept driving. >> i heard pop pop pop no skid marks or anything. and then our power went out. we came outside and people all across the streetcars all smashed up. >> we still don't know what caused that crash with police. as you can see here it took the driver into custody. no one was hurt. >>> we have new information on a fire that forced classes to be canceled at a school in menlo park. ktvu channel 2 reporter lorraine blanco is back at beachwood elementary school with what inv
for what he calls a new order. replacing what he calls the error of bullying by the united states. some world leaders plan to walk out when he begins to speak. >>> overnight police in san jose say hundreds of marion plants were seized from a business on charter park drive. that raid started about 10 10:00 last night. it lasted several hours. police are now investigating whether that business was really a cover for a grow operation. >>> and a safeway store was robbed last night by gunmen. targeting the cash registers in the checkout aisles. that super market is now open again. police are telling ktvu they are examining the surveillance video hoping to catch the suspects. >>> in less than two hours san mateo police will meet with anxious parents at park side elementary school. that is where a nine-year-old girl was taken from the restroom and molested. alex savidge is there. alex. >> reporter: good morning. san mateo police and the superintendent will be meeting with parents later this morning here at parkside elementary school to talk about that kidnapping from last week. even though a m
to the large burmese ex patriate committee during the trip to the united states. >>> they show local, state, and federal agencies are on track to seize more than 1 million marijuana plants from outdoor growing operations. 959,000 plants from 215 sites have been destroyed. they said 65% of all marijuana plants seized in california since is the first of jowl were grown on public land. >> the u.s. supreme court is facing big decisions as it heads back to work tomorrow. >> proposition eight which bans same-sex marriage in the state. they have ruled that prop eight is unconstitutional. the supreme court has to decide if they will hear the appeal to the ruling. the justice also hear an appeal concerning higher edition. that is brought by a white woman who was denied admission to the university of texas because of her race. >> a deprovision of the voting rights act of 1965 which calls for federasupervision of some states and counties with a history of this. >>> we are learning about the the effects of similar legislation in new york state. >> new york passed the first bill of rights for caregivers
? [ laughter ] >> yes, sir! >> some people claim the president was not born in the united states and can't be president. in 2008, he produced document of live birth and in 2011, released the long term version that shows he was born in hawaii. >>> mitt romney is hoping to earn votes in wisconsin, airing ads to outline the president's role in the federal deficit. romney's campaign said they are hoping to give him an edge in the state, which is home to his running mate, paul ryan. the republican candidate has not won wisconsin since 1984. the romney campaign hopes these ad will force president obama to spend more money there. >>> and this morning, vice presidential nominee paul ryan is in oregon, preparing to debate joe biden. a fundraising breakfast in danville. 100 people attended the event, paying $1,000. others paid $10,000 for their picture taken. some think ryan should have made the event public. >> think i it's great to do a grassroots approach and makes people more accessible and feel like they are truly listening to the issues of all the people. >> we spoke to some people who att
-list celebrity nearby. >>> here is more of president obama. >> i have made it clear the united states government had nothing to do with this video, and i believe the message must be rejected. it is an insult not only to muslims, but to america as well. we are home to muslims who worship across our country. we not only respect the freedom of religion, we have laws to protect individuals from being harmed because of how they look or what they believe. >> once again, president obama speaking before the general assembly. he is once again talking about religious freedom and denounce the video. >>> it is 7:32. police have arrested at least one person in a rowdy protest over a deadly officer-involved shooting in hayward. the demonstration happened last night near the dirty bird lounge. police say they made an arrest for public drunkenness and shut down road after protesters started walking into traffic. >> some point the crowd started. >> police say shot and killed a suspect at the dirty bird lounge in a shooting after the suspect tried to run them over. the person shot at the bar was treated at the ho
the highest price in the united states. >>> hey sal, are they burning up traffic on the east shore? >> yeah, the east shore freeway is still busy, heading out west. it's much better than we saw it. things are improving a little bit. when you get to the toll plaza things have improved there as well. we're going to see some slow traffic but it's better than it was just a little while ago. south bay pretty slow traffic. let's go to steve. >>> some fog. not much of a sea breeze. i mean there is a component of a westerly breeze. tropical clouds continue to fire up. but they are east and south of us. the direction of the upper atmosphere is just not right to bring those clouds in there. the little systems continue to move in to the north. had a lot of 40s. there were some low 40s an mid- 40s. that was all the way down to the south as well. san jose hit 60s. that's cool for them. high pressure, though, looks like it just wants to give us a slight northerly breeze. a little system went by and gave seattle its first breeze. low clouds, clear, cool, it looks like a little bit warmer day, especially f
. online. time 8:47. other stories, the united states will have fewer joint operations with afghan soldiers because of those recent deadly attacks on u.s. troops. leon panetta said he's angry about the rise in so-called insider attacks. >>> hollywood actors are filming scenes for a new movie at goggle's mountain view campus. playing the part of laid-off workers trying to make it as interns. it's for a comedy called "the internship." the movie is due out next year. >>> and occupy protesters are still occupying at san francisco's justin herman plaza after taking down their tents, because police told them to. since the park has opened, police say they can legally stay there. tara moriarty has been out there since 4:30 this morning and says some police officers are still out there, too, right, tara? >> reporter: right. they just started doing a patrol on justin herman plaza taking a head count of the protesters here. they're not saying exactly what their plan is at the moment; but they are allowing protesters to stay as long as they don't pitch tents. >> reporter: the protesters didn't have t
. others were protesting on their own time to vent their anger against the united states over the anti-muslim film it allegedly produced in southern california. >>> pope benedict xvi called for peace in the middle east during an open air mass in lebanon today. his appeal comes during a three- day visit aimed at united christians and muslims. the pontiff planned the trip before the unrest broke out this week over the film. he made no reference to the protests but he urged for peace in syria, dekraaiing the violence which -- dekraaiing the violence -- de crying the violence he says causes so much suffering. >>> the man who allegedly produced the film may have gone into hiding. nakoula basseley nakoula was interviewed by the l.a. sheriff's department. after the interview he decided not to return home. investigators are trying to determine whether nakoula who was convicted of bank fraud violated his probation terms. >>> more on a deadly crash north of sacramento. the boat operator was drunk when he crashed into another boat last night. it happened at angle wright lake in yuba county. two p
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